You can’t help but be excited about the Poltergeist re-boot.
After the carefully crafted, well-acted and frankly pretty scary The Woman in Black remake, Hammer have returned with another British ghost story. This time merging two popular horror genres, found footage and period set poltergeists, in an attempt to secure them a spooky smash hit.
Poltergeist may not be the most terrifying horror film that you’ll ever see. But its amazing story telling, wealth of excitement and iconic ingredients make it essential viewing, particularly at Halloween – which is why it’s right up there in our list of top 10 Halloween films.